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tse and i get a big smile because at the public againsters office you had each of the attorneys carry this at every homicide trial. it is classic. defense 101 and they make it look like it is unsurmountable burden and the visual can stay with the jury and, well, i don't know, maybe they proved it but not all the way up to the red square. and cheney mason made the point that the prosecutor is the one that has the burden. he points to the difference saying they don't have a burden in this case it is up to the prosecution. let's listen to listen in to cheney mason defense counsel. that's why we have a system that says the state has to prove beyond reasonable doubt everything. if they fail to do that then no matter what you may think in this, just go down the line, your obligation is, wait, they haven't proven beyond a reasonable doubt. if they don't prove beyond a reasonable doubt she is in the guilty. this is not a trick. one of the things i was thinking about going back back to the list of evidence and this borrow me because i don't the antis. you don't either, i'm sure. and it bothers
open up the back door. there is the proof she could easily get outside, there is the proof she was big enough and strong enough to open the door. you can't get anything better than that. >> judge jeanine: our legal panel is with us now. diana, i'm going right to you. what about the fact that the judge starts today by saying i'm not going to let you get anything in or talk about sexual abuse by george anthony or lee anthony. were you surprised? >> no, in fact, i thought the glass was half full. i was shocked he let them talk about the drowning, honestly, there really wasn't an iota of evidence. if they have that evidence then every family that's not a pool and a child dies you getted to argue drowning. i was supposed the judge gave him that. different the box he sawed himself in and he's not a particularly great organizationed speaker, i thought he made some really good points. i wish shed gun-- i wished they were condensed now, when they quoted "to kill a mockingbird," i was thinking about washington-- >> was it a good idea for jose baez to refer to his on client as a lying no good slu
board certified fully capable of handling this case but yet she is the big shot and she comes back in to town and takes over and because of her relationship with the media and law enforcement. that is it. the politics that the medical examiner -- at the medical examiner's office played out in this case and you got to see it with these two. we presented to you and we were fortunate enough to have one of the most experienced medical examiners in the country, dr. werner spitz. and dr. spitz did a full autopsy. they can say all they want. and if dr. spitz had not found anything that would have been a different story. but he did. he found actual physical evidence, physical proof that caylee's remains were not found and were not -- did not tee decompose in the manner in or mr. kronkte or plagiarism tried to tell you they were. the photos were not indicative of how caylee decomposed and what position she was in. this is the physical proof. the is a man tick semantics ofr brain matter, the man that has 6000
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